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Susan Reimer Medical Fund (Updated)

Susan Reimer has been moved to St. Joseph's Hospital. The doctors plan to perform heart surgery to fix an aortic leaky valve once she is strong enough. They are not yet sure if the valve will need to be replaced or just repaired. 

Susan had been sick for a week with what she thought was a stomach bug before being admitted to the hospital. Please continue to remember Susan, Brian, and Shelby in your thoughts and prayers. Updates will be available at

Many people have called and asked about financial donations to assist with expenses not covered by insurance. Because of that, an account has been established strictly to help deal with various costs associated with Susan’s illness. Deposits may be made at any Wells Fargo or Wachovia Branch by simply referencing the Susan Reimer Medical Fund, Account #9323787128. If you have any problems, call Linda Henderson (Wells Fargo - Milton, GA Office) at 678-867-6857 or George Anne Nash at 770-891-1198. Checks can also be mailed to:
Wells Fargo
Attn: Linda Henderson
15800 Birmingham Hwy.
Building 700
Milton, GA 30004

Please make sure you identify the Susan Reimer Medical Fund Account #9323787128 in a note or on the memo line.

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